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  1. Nokia 6500 Classic review

    Nokia 6500 Classic review

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    With its Nokia 6500 classic, Nokia has produced an unashamedly elegant handset. It's an understated sliver of a design that avoids the flash attention grabbing of the Nokia 7500 Prism and the wallet-bruising price tag of the Nokia 8800 series

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    HTC Touch Dual review

    HTC Touch Dual review

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    Beating the much-discussed iPhone to market by a couple of months, HTC's Touch offered a large touch-sensitive screen with phone, camera and all the flexibility of a Windows Mobile operating system

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    HTC TyTN II review

    HTC TyTN II review

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    HTC was doing touchscreen smartphones when the iPhone was just a twinkle in Steve Jobs' eye, and is continually improving both features and functionality. Its latest, the TyTN II, is one of the most formidable smartphones around

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    Nokia N81 8GB review

    Nokia N81 8GB review

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    We were looking forward to the Nokia N81. On paper it seemed to suit our needs perfectly, being able to play music, take decent photos, show videos, and display GPS info. For gaming fans, it also comes preloaded with the Nokia's N-Gage gaming software

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    LG KU990 Viewty review

    LG KU990 Viewty review

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    The Apple iPhone hype has been so overwhelming that it's easy to forget that there are some damn good phones out there at the moment. The LG KU990, dubbed Viewty, is a recent favourite of ours

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    Sony Ericsson W910i review

    Sony Ericsson W910i review

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    Nokia may be pushing its new music service, and Apple's iPhone has at last arrived in the UK, so Sony Ericsson definitely has a fight on its hands as its iconic Walkman range battles for the mobile music high ground

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    Motorola MOTORAZR2 V8 review

    Motorola MOTORAZR2 V8 review

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    The original Motorola RAZR was a real mobile phone design icon, and one of the best selling handsets ever. But now, over four years down the line from its first appearance, can the next generation ultra-slim MOTORAZR2 still turn heads in the same way?

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    BlackBerry Pearl 8100 review

    BlackBerry Pearl 8100 review

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    With racks and racks of iPhone boxes sitting on the shelves of our local Carphone Warehouse, casting "come hither" looks in our general direction, we thought we'd be wise to check out the competition first

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    T-Mobile Sidekick Slide review

    T-Mobile Sidekick Slide review

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    It's been an ultra-trendy gadget of choice for US hipsters to keep up with their emailing and messaging. But the Sidekick has yet to really make its fashion mark in the UK. But T-Mobile is hoping this slimmer, smarter version will change that

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    Sony Ericsson S500i review

    Sony Ericsson S500i review

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    There's more to a good mobile than just a pretty fascia, as Sony Ericsson well knows. The company has made a mint out of it Walkman phone re-invention and boosted its profile by introducing Sony Cyber-shot technology into its top cameraphones

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    HTC Advantage review

    HTC Advantage review

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    If you think of the HTC Advantage purely as smartphone, you're talling one hefty bit of kit - so big in fact that it comes in two parts. Weighing in at over 359g, the device sets some sort of record for a smartphone

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    Sony Ericsson W660i review

    Sony Ericsson W660i review

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    Before the Apple iPhone arrived, Sony Ericsson had laid claim to be the most powerful mobile music brand in town. Hugely successful, Sony Ericsson's Walkman portfolio has expanded to suit almost every taste and price point

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    Toshiba Portege G900 review

    Toshiba Portege G900 review

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    Toshiba's Portégé G900 (£405 inc. VAT) marks a return to the handheld market for the electronics giant, and stands out from rivals by virtue of its excellent 3-inch touchscreen display. It's the first Pocket PC we've seen of this size to feature an 800 x 480-pixel resolution, and the results were stunning.

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    T-Mobile MDA Touch review

    T-Mobile MDA Touch review

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    The T-Mobile MDA Touch (Free on contract), made by HTC, attempts to combine the functionality of a Pocket PC with the usability and style of a regular smartphone. Although most HTC devices target the business user, this svelte handset is aimed at the regular consumer.

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    Palm Treo 500v review

    Palm Treo 500v review

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    Palm's first smartphone aimed at the consumer market, the Palm Treo 500v, takes on the likes of the BlackBerry 8300 Curve. It is smaller than previous Palm offerings but still feels clunkier than some of its rivals

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    Motorola MOTORIZR Z8 review

    Motorola MOTORIZR Z8 review

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    The Motorola MOTORIZR Z8 is one of the most striking phones released this year. Built to impress, it presents a state-of-the-art feature set in a design that no other manufacturer has tried before.Essentially this is a slider phone with a twist

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    O2 Cocoon review

    O2 Cocoon review

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    Just when you think you've seen it all, phone design-wise, somebody always seems to come along with something completely different. This time that somebody is O2, with its latest music-centred handset

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    Nokia 6110 Navigator review

    Nokia 6110 Navigator review

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    The Nokia 6110 Navigator is the first GPS-enabled Nokia mobile to offer real out-of-the box satnav. Not only does it have a built-in GPS aerial, but also inbuilt voice-prompted navigation, and a smartcard with complete UK and Ireland road maps

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    Samsung SGH-G600 review

    Samsung SGH-G600 review

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    Samsung has been there, done that and bought the T-shirt as far as ultra-thin mobiles go, but the introduction of a 5-megapixel slimline snapper signifies a move into a new market for the fashion-conscious Koreans

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    Sony Ericsson K810i Cyber-shot review

    Sony Ericsson K810i Cyber-shot review

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    The new Sony Ericsson K810i is probably the perfect mobile phone for those who want it all but don't want to pay a fortune for it for it. Its superslim new profile, better battery life and improved styling from the K800i make a great handset even better

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    Samsung SGH-i600 review

    Samsung SGH-i600 review

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    Samsung has recently been making a name for itself as the maker of super-thin smartphones, and its corporate-led range is no exception. The SGH-i600 (£285 inc. VAT) measures just 12mm in depth, yet is crammed with features.

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    HP iPAQ 510 Voice Messenger review

    HP iPAQ 510 Voice Messenger review

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    We're used to seeing handhelds and other mobile devices from HP, but the iPAQ 510 Voice Messenger (£187 inc. VAT) is only the second smartphone we've seen from the manufacturer.

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    HP iPAQ 514 Voice Messenger review

    HP iPAQ 514 Voice Messenger review

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    This is a device which does it all: everything from web browsing to IP Telephony to mobile office applications, all in a tiny package. We struggle to fault it in terms of features. The voice commander function works after a fashion

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    Samsung SGH-U700V review

    Samsung SGH-U700V review

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    Having hit gold with its hugely successful Ultra range, Samsung is all set to prove there's more to its waif-like models than meets the eye with the U700. First glances soon reveal that the new addition shares the same gene pool as the popular U600

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    Samsung F300 Ultra Music review

    Samsung F300 Ultra Music review

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    Undaunted by the imminent arrival of the iPhone and awesome presence of Sony Ericsson's Walkman mobile brand, Samsung has decided to turn its attentions to the mobile music arena with a head-turning, dual-faced edition of the Ultra

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